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NEW YORK — Before the holiday season, employees at Andrea Correale’s catering business get an email reminder that in December, “we need all hands on deck.” Elegant Affairs Caterers often has 12 events in a single day during the holidays, so Correale needs her staff of 230 to show up for work. Her email puts
Being too vague, too trite, or too sloppy could cost you your next great hire. BY STEPHANIE VOZZA When it comes to finding talented new employees, a job listing is the first impression candidates have of your company. Are you piquing their interest or sending them scrolling by your ad? “Each step along the (hiring) journey
Most companies have a preferred list of traits that they use when selecting among job candidates. But what about the job candidates themselves? It’s no longer sufficient to just dangle money in front of potential employees. Candidates also have a list of the employer traits that are important to them, and salary is just one component.
No one wants to end up working in a soul-crushing, dread-inducing, overtly negative company culture. Unfortunately, these environments are all too common in the world of work, and it can be very hard to spot a toxic company culture until you’re in the thick of it. With that in mind, we asked some of the experts
Advantage Payroll President Rob Basso interviews in Greg’s Corner Office “Ask a CEO” series. Click here to read the full interview.
Executives at companies with offices on Long Island and Manhattan say they have been preparing to deal with any potential Long Island Rail Road service disruptions. The MTA had been urging major firms to offer employees alternative hours and work locations during Amtrak’s planned track repairs at Penn Station, which are expected to last until